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2010 IPAA National Conference Bringing It Together. “Day One in Review” Evert Lindquist ANU/ANZSOG/ UVic Adelaide, South Australia 22 October 2010. Bringing It Together Making Collaboration Work. Concepts and Practice Comparative Perspectives National Health Reform Water Security

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2010 ipaa national conference bringing it together

2010 IPAA National ConferenceBringing It Together

“Day One in Review”

Evert Lindquist

ANU/ANZSOG/UVic

Adelaide, South Australia

22 October 2010


Bringing it together making collaboration work
Bringing It TogetherMaking Collaboration Work

Concepts and Practice

Comparative Perspectives

National Health Reform

Water Security

Civil Society

Social Inclusion

Remote Services

Physical Infrastructure

Community Development

Intergovernmental Frameworks

Whose Buck is it Anyway?

Responsibilities

The Buck Stops Where?

Accountability

New Technology

Virtual Delivery and New Social Media

Service Delivery

Using the Bucks Effectively

Sharing Responsibilities

Making it Happen or Passing the Buck?


Key issues tensions dimensions
Key Issues, Tensions, Dimensions

  • Collaborative benefits vs. process/time costs

  • Front-line perspectives vs. apex of government

  • Management discipline vs. political imperative

  • Hard infrastructure vs. wicked challenges

  • Urban challenges vs. remote challenges

  • Project management vs. emotional intelligence

  • Relationship-building vs. public sector mobility

  • Personal interaction vs. technology enhanced

  • Building capacity “in” vs. building it “out”

  • Essential, consequential vs. tick-box, symbolic

Did any of you have a sense of “deja vu”?


Collaboration can involve such a wide array of possibilities and circumstances that it becomes bewildering to think about. Can we find another vantage point?

Public Management and/or Governance Challenge


Moving to a governance perspective
Moving to a Governance Perspective and circumstances that it becomes bewildering to think about.

  • Always recognize that in Westminster systems to collaborate is like “pulling against gravity”

  • Moving from PM perspective to governance think suggests these kinds of questions:

    • What does more collaborative activity mean on a government-wide basis (beyond projects)?

    • How can the centre and agency executives be more strategic and selective about collaboration?

    • How much skill and talent do we really have to develop in order foster sufficient collaboration?

    • Do we have sufficient opportunities and concepts for sharing and learning from experience?


Thank you
Thank You! and circumstances that it becomes bewildering to think about.


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